Aviapolis MaaS – Developing new mobility services promoting sustainable mobility
The Aviapolis area, which is situated around Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, is the fastest growing international employment area in the Helsinki region. Public transport trunk connections to the area are in order but the challenge is the remaining last mile.
Helsinki Business Hub and the City of Vantaa together invite service providers to present their solutions in order to improve sustainable mobility in and the accessibility of the Aviapolis area.
The solutions can be targeted at one or more of the following uses:
Commuting and work-related traffic between Aviapolis railway station and the office clusters in the area and within the area
Shopping, recreational and personal business traffic between Aviapolis railway station, the area’s hotels, Jumbo shopping centre, the commercial cluster in Tammisto and residential areas.
In addition to a new type of mobility service, the solution must include a concept or operating model by means of which the service is operated and offered to users. Solutions can include a service operator for shared cars and bicycles or light electric vehicles, and MaaS and carpool applications.
We invite service providers to send a free-form presentation of their company, concept and the offered solution and operating model, maximum length one A4 page, by 10 a.m. on 9 May 2016 to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will invite some of the service providers who have presented solutions to further discussions that will be arranged on Friday 13 May 2016. The discussions and materials are treated as confidential.
The market dialogue is part of the City of Vantaa’s state-subsidised project on mobility control, the theme of which is to develop new types of mobility services for consumers that promote sustainable mobility. The aim is to arrange two pilots involving new types of mobility services in the Aviapolis area in autumn 2016.
Helsinki Business Hub
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This is not a procurement notice or an invitation to tender but a notification of the launch of the market dialogue. Participation in the market dialogue is not a prerequisite for later participation in competitive tendering. The anticipatory market dialogue does not bind the party participating in it.
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